Miss Sheri at Plymouth and Crestview
Meet Miss Sheri at Crestview Branch and Plymouth Branch!
"My favorite summertime activity: Water balloon fights!"
"The coolest science experiment: Dissolving an egg shell in vinegar and Vitamin B-50. It causes the egg to be bouncy and they glow under a black light because of the vitamin."
Miss Sheri would like to recommend these science books!
Optical Illusions by designer and paper engineer Jemma Westing
Recommended for ages 5 & up
An optical illusion is defined as an experience of seeming to see something that does not exist or that is other than it appears. In other words, a picture that seems to fool your eyes. The book, Optical Illusions by Jemma Westing, certainly does a good job of accomplishing that. She has created a book that tricks you in a variety of ways. Do you think you have what it takes to see through the illusions?
Out of Sight: Pictures of Hidden Worlds by Seymour Simon
Recommended for ages 7 - 12
Out of sight, out of mind as the saying goes, but what if you could see everything, even down to the littlest detail. In Seymour Simon’s book, Out of Sight: Pictures of Hidden Worlds, you can get a glimpse of the little details that you can’t see without the help of a microscope. For example, what does the inside of your heart look like or how about a ladybug’s head? Have you ever been able to see their eyes or mouth just by looking? Check out this book to find out what they look like up close. You may be surprised!
Join Miss Sheri at Crestview Branch or Plymouth Branch for SLP 2014 Fizz, Boom, Read!, beginning June 1